Aston Martin’s extra-special Lagonda limousine, first previewed this time last month, has surfaced again at an event in the Middle East.
Flown to the Arabian sultanate of Oman for an invitation-only preview, the extremely limited-edition Lagonda is now set to undergo hot-weather testing.
These latest shots offer a first look at the Lagonda’s full front- and rear-end styling, following an earlier look at the long saloon’s profile.
As expected, the Lagonda’s styling shares little in common with the wider Aston range, instead drawing its inspiration from the original Lagonda of the 70s.
The Lagonda is expected to enter production in early 2015, hand-built at the company’s facilities in Gaydon, England.
The new special is built on Aston’s existing VH platform, with power provided by the the big 410kW V12 engine that also motivates the four-door Rapide S.
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a six-speed ZF automatic.